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Greg Henderson

Greg Henderson
Owner/Publisher - Rock City Eats, Rock City Life, Rock City Times

One of the hardest things about being a 40+-year-old restaurant is staying fresh and relevant. It is a problem that Cajun’s Wharf, which opened in 1975, is trying to solve by quite literally being fresh. This year Cajuns has begun rolling out daily seafood specials using fish that was caught …




Spots in the Rivermarket come up so infrequent that it was no surprise when Rumba Revolution on the corner of Clinton Ave and La Harpe closed earlier this year it was snatched up immediately. Just four months later the spot is ready to open as a new concept called Live …




Fayetteville Roots is just a little over a week away. Last week we previewed this year’s official kickoff party in Bentonville. The traditional kickoff party, however, has always been the Thursday Night VIP party. It represents the perfect blend of music and culinary that the festival set out to become. …




A few years ago the Little Rock brunch scene was desolate. Only a few places served a weekend brunch and it was clear that even with those few, brunch was not a primary focus. How things changed rapidly. Now there are dozens of great brunch spots with more popping up every …




Fayetteville Roots festival is right around the corner. What started as a music-focused event, Roots has grown to become the absolute best annual culinary festival in the state. This year’s event features over 40 chefs spread out across 6 events and 5 locations. It is so much that our annual one story …




Bark Bar carved out a niche for themselves a year ago as the only dog park and bar combo in the city. A lot has happened within the bar as they have figured out how to run an indoor/outdoor dog park that has a bar and restaurant inside. One of …




The worst thing about the local produce season is that it comes and goes so quickly. One minute you are enjoying some fresh blackberries, next you head out to the market and they are gone for the year. Turning it into jams and jellies is the best way to hang …




By this point it is no big secret how much the Northwest Arkansas food and brewing scene has grown over the past few years. I find myself up there every couple of months and I cannot keep up with all of the openings each time I am up. With opportunities …




It is no secret that locally owned shops are struggling against online companies like Amazon that make ordering easy and shipping fast. As a result many have gone out of business or struggle to make a consistent profit. Art is in Cakes owner Natalie Madison knew this alarming trend when …




When we first met Matcha Norwood she was quietly slinging amazing cinnamon rolls to friends under her Cinnalightful brand. Now, just a little over 2 years later her products reach every corner of the local restaurant scene. The journey to take over the Little Rock dessert scene is a long …




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